Even if the world stopped burning all fossil fuels today, that would not be enough to keep global temperatures below a 1.5° to 2°C increase above preindustrial levels. Fossil fuel
Artificial night-time lighting has widespread impacts on the natural world, according to a new paper published on 3 November in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution (1). In particular, night-time
As part of the Farm to Fork (F2F) plan launched by Brussels, the debate over front-of-pack nutrition labelling (FOPNL) is in full swing and now concerns every EU member country.
Financial institutions are ‘bankrolling’ biodiversity loss and ecosystem destruction on an unprecedented scale, according to a new analysis released last week by portfolio.earth, a collaborative effort among individual finance, economics,
Bernard Durand and Jean Pierre Riou, energy experts and authors of numerous articles in our columns, have just written “The treason of the clerics”, a voluminous working document on the